Definition of Feoffed
1. feoff [v] - See also: feoff
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feoffed
Literary usage of Feoffed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Wills by Thomas Jarman, Leopold George Gordon Robbins, Melville Madison Bigelow (1893)
"If the heir was then feoffed, he was then admitted to seisin, and the rig^ht to claim the payment of reliefs for admission to the inheritance was gone, ..."
2. Publications by Oxford Historical Society, Bostonian Society (1889)
"But he, after his resignation of that office, feoffed' it10 about the year 1288 ... Walter le Knit circa annum 1207; * 'feoffed' substituted for 'conveyed. ..."
3. The Reports of Sir Edward Coke, Knt.: In Thirteen Parts by John Henry Thomas, John Farquhar Fraser, Robert Philip Tyrwhitt, Edward Coke (1826)
"... in the 21st year of the reign of the lady the now Queen, en- feoffed one Richard Tomson of the aforesaid 20 acres of pasture, with the appurtenances, ..."
4. The Genealogist (1881)
"... was feoffed by Henry I, of Bradford, Northumberland, which he held in capito and per ... who feoffed ..."
5. York Deeds by Maine Historical Society, Maine Genealogical Society (1884- ), York County (Me.). Register of Deeds (1892)
"... the Said Johnson and Mary Have given granted bargained Sold Aliened En- feoffed and confirmed And do by these presents give grant bargain Sell Alien ..."